Carved by Bamana people of Mali. In traditional African societies, a childless marriage is a grave problem that has serious repercussions on the relationships between wife, husband, and in-laws and on the village as a whole. Further, childlessness seems to be the wife’s problem to resolve. Women who avail themselves of its ministrations and who succeed in bearing children make extra sacrifices to Gwan, dedicate their children to it, and name them after the sculptures associated with the association.
- Height – 95cm
- Length – 18cm
- Width – 20cm
- Weight – 9.4kg (Excluding Packing)